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    Re: Celestial Navigation on the Great Lakes Question
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2014 Jan 17, 22:20 -0500

    On 1/17/2014 5:43 PM, James Iverson wrote:
    
    > Frank,
    >
    > I am also wondering about 19th and early 20th century navigation methods
    > on the Great Lakes. Like you I suspect that dec reckoning was the
    > preferred method of most captains. I cannot find any authoritative
    > material on this subject. Does anyone have access to ships logs in
    > sufficient quantity that we could draw a reasonable conclusion?
    >
    > James Iverson
    > Manitowoc, WI
    
    I may be confusing a ferry with museums in my mind, but I thought Frank
    had mentioned a maritime museum in your neck of the woods.
    
    That being said, there is a maritime museum in South Haven, Michigan.
    
    http://www.michiganmaritimemuseum.org/
    
    The public structures are quite modest but make for an interesting
    afternoon. Nonetheless, they may have a treasure trove of resources not
    on display.
    
    Bill B
    
    
    

       
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